5 Animals Better at Predicting Weather in SBC Than a Groundhog
Tomorrow is Groundhog Day and since 1887, Americans have allowed this little rodent meteorologist, Punxatawney Phil, to determine the fate of winter.
If he sees his shadow, we have six more weeks of bad luck and bad weather. Should he go “shadowless,” we’re in for an early spring.
Truth be told, he’s apparently only accurately predicted the severity and length of winter about 39% of the time. Which, by all standards, is probably about the same as most of his human counterpart weathermen.
Course, the disturbing thing to me, is that we have a groundhog predicting weather for all of America. That would include those of us here in the deep South, where we’ve never seen a groundhog, much less determined his ability to ever see any shadow, which includes his "own" shadow.
So, I’ve come up with several other mascots who might serve our needs better here in the Shreveport/Bossier area.
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